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Re: [ARSCLIST] DVD-Video audio track ripper?

Dunno if this is gonna work for you, but my favourite tool for working with video is the command line tool ffmpeg:


From the windows command line:

for %a in (*.vob) do ffmpeg -i %a %~na.wav

would give you wav files for all the vobs on the dvd.


for %a in (*.vob) do ffmpeg -i %a %~na.mp3

would give you mp3 files.

If you're not comfortable using the command line you could load the vobs straight into VirtualDub-MPEG2:


and save the audio to wav files.

Andy Kolovos wrote:
Nothing illegal going on here--just need to extract the audio track from some DVD-Video discs that were made for us from some old Umatic tapes. We own copyright to the content. This isn't preservation activity, I just need to make listening copies of the audio track for one of the filmmakers and our transcriptionist.

Any suggestions for a free DVD-Video audio track ripper (for Windows XP) would be most appreciated.

Thanks in advance,


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